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captioning funded by cbs it's friday, february 19th, 2016. this is the "cbs morning news." a face-off with francis. donald trump's latest campaign comments are aimed at the vatican, after pope francis criticizes the republican front-runner. as thousands prepare to say
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court justice antonin scalia, the battle continues over who will appoint his successor. five people are on board when a sight-seeing helicopter smashes into pearl harbor. and adele opens up about what happens after her performance at the grammys went awry. good morning from the studio 57 newsroom at cbs news headquarters here in new york. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. donald trump surged to the top of the republican race. it's fueled, in large part, by his willingness to criticize seemingly unsalable targets. he infamously took aim at john mccain's war record and a day before the south carolina primary, he is taking on the pope. >> if and when the vatican is attacked by isis, which as everyone knows is isis' ultimate trophy, i can promise you that
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and prayed that donald trump would have been president. >> reporter: donald trump turned his famous fury on pope francis. it came after the pope, fresh off a visit to the u.s./mexico border, said trump's plan to build is wall not christian. >> for a religious leader to question a person's faith is disgraceful. >> reporter: later, at a televised town hall meeting in south carolina, trump softened his stance. >> i have a lot of respect for the pope and i think he was misinterpreted and given false information. >> reporter: trump for controversy hasn't hurt him in the latest polls. the latest cbs news poll showed him with 2-1 lead over ted cruz nationwide. the criticism could help him with some evangelicals who find francis too liberal. the latest comments left his republican rival talking about trump, once again. >> if he has a relationship with the lord, fantastic. if he doesn't, it's none of my business.
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wall, but i got to tell you, there's too many walls between us. we need bridges between us if we are fixing the problems in washington. >> that is between donald and the pope. i'm not getting into the middle of it. >> well, the new york "daily news" isn't afraid of getting into the middle of it. here is this morning's front page. the paper has been highly critical of trump's candidacy. trump is also answering questions about his stance on the iraq war. while he has said that he never supported the 2003, buzzfeed uncovered a 2002 interview with howard stern in which trump says that he would. during last night's town hall, trump said he didn't remember that conversation. and now to the democrats, where one day before the nevada caucus, the race here -- there rather between hillary clinton and bernie sanders is neck and neck. nationally, clinton holds an eight-point lead over sanders for the democratic nomination, according to a just released cbs news poll. that is about the same as her lead last month, but much less than her 20-point lead in
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both clinton and sanders participated in a town hall meeting in nevada last night. they made separate appearances but both talked about immigration, a big issue in nevada. they agreed that immigration reform needs to be a priority. >> i was the first person to call out donald trump. i said, busta, enough! >> it is a major priority when you have 11 million people living in the shadows, i think we owe it to them to move as expeditiously as we can. >> early, clinton took a shot at sanders for criticizing president obama. sanders said it's okay for a member of congress to disagree with the president from his own party. coming up on "cbs this morning," we will talk to cbs news contributor bob schieffer about tomorrow's republican primary in south carolina and the democratic caucus in nevada. the fbi isn't saying why it searched the california home of the brother of san bernardino gunman syed farook.
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carried away boxes, a computer, and stacks of paper yesterday. syed farook and his wife opened fire at a san bernardino meeting of his coworkers on december 2nd. 14 people were killed. his family members said they had no idea what he was up. other technology companies are standing behind apple in its battle over access to farook's iphone. both twitter and facebook say they support apple's decision to defy a court order to help the fbi break into the phone. apple is challenging the ruling. justice antonin scalia will lie in repose today at the supreme court before his funeral. after a private service, the public will be able to walk past his casket. president obama will pay his respects today and will not be attending tomorrow's funeral. don champion is outside the supreme court. don, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, anne-marie. scalia's casket will be brought here to the supreme court around
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former law clerk and supreme court officers will serve as pallbearers. the fact that the president is not attending the funeral is another topic of debate and a another sign of the deep divide in washington. known as a conservative warrior, today, thousands will pay respect to supreme court justice antonin scalia. president obama and the first lady will remember the justice as his body lies in repose in the great hall of the supreme court. the president has faced criticism from the right for not planning to attend scalia's funeral tomorrow. >> what the president thinks is appropriate is respectfully paying tribute to high profile patriotic american citizens even when you don't agree on all of the issues. >> reporter: the 79-year-old died of natural causes over the weekend. republican presidential candidate ted cruz plans to attend the funeral and criticized the president. >> he is going to cuba, but somehow obama can't find time to go to justice scalia's funeral.
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being overshadowed by a bitter partisan debate over whether president obama should nominate his successor. >> the president has the right and obligation under the constitution to send forth a nominee. >> reporter: in south carolina last night, jeb bush broke with his fellow republicans to leave it to the next president to decide. >> we should be respectful of the constitution but whatever the powers has, the president ought to use them. >> reporter: vice president joe biden will attend the funeral tomorrow. the white house says he had a personal relationship with scalia and his family. while his body lies in repose here today, scalia's former law clerk will take turns standing vigil next to their old boss. >> don champion at the supreme court, thanks a lot, don.
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cuba next month, it's unlikely that he will be meeting with revolutionary leader fidel castro. instead he will meet with raul castro and dissident groups. cuba and the u.s. agreed in 2014 to start normalize relations. the last president to visit cuba was calvin coolidge in 1928. now to the weather. dangerous winds in the northern plains. wind damage outside last night to an ikea sign in denver. wind gusts there reached 40 miles per hour. strong wind pushed fires into the central plains yesterday. some 40,000 acres burned in oklahoma. one person is in critical condition following the crash of a tour helicopter into hawaii's pearl harbor. the trouble started yesterday morning not far from the "uss arizona" memorial.
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the chopper hit the water about 20 feet from shore and sank immediately. >> looks like the chopper is coming over the land and looked like the pilot pulled it back over the water and dropped maybe ten foot off the shore and it sank like a rock. >> in all, there were five people on board. bystanders jumped into the water to rescue them. two had to be pulled from the chopper under water. coming up on the "morning news." bridge stunt caught on video. police have new clues in the search of a car seen driving recklessly on the bay bridge. and, later, boycotting beyonce. miami police take a stand against the singer because of her super bowl performance. this is the "cbs morning news." wait... wait... perfect. at del monte,
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driver. well, police in miami are boycotting beyonce. the pope opens the door to using contraceptives. those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. pope francis saying a church rule can be eased because of the zika outbreak. the pope said yesterday, roman catholics may use contraception to keep the virus from spreading. church doctrine bans contraception, but the pope says it's a lesser evil than zika. the "los angeles times" reports a disastrous natural gas leak is now sealed. california officials declared that the porter ranch blowout is capped. the well started spewing methane more than four months ago and it drove thousands of los angeles families from their homes. the "miami herald" reports that city cops won't work off-duty at an upcoming beyonce concert.
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says her super bowl show and the new video put police in a negative light. >> there was a unanimous vote. we are not going to voluntarily show up there and sign up to work for a woman, on woman that has portrayed a message that is anti-police. >> the police department is assuring the public that security will be provided for beyonce's concert in april at marlins park. "the news journal" in delaware reports that a school district is apologizing for a staffer's sarcastic stunt. the school sent out an official looking form but it was labeled as a hurt feelings report, actually mocking bullying complaints. the staff member who accidentally sent it around was not named. "people" magazine is reporting of a behind the scenes admission from chrissy teigen who says she was receiving in vitro fertilization during her "sports illustrated" swimsuit shoot. she and her husband john legend are expecting a baby girl in april. coming up p throwing the
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a man suspected of stealing a kindle reader is caught, after taking selfie photos with the device. after taking selfie photos with the device. his dinner. he had lost his wife recently, but i didn't know that. he made a remark to me about not sure he wanted to be there anymore, but he said something to me that has stuck with me to this day. after having your dinner, i think i want to stick around a while and that really meant something to me. i never had an experience like that and it just let me know that what i'm doing is much
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chicken mcgriddle. it's a fried chicken patty between two syrup pancake buns. it is being tested at eight stores in ohio and it could end up on mcdonald all-day breakfast menu. it looks like hi c ekto cooler is coming back. it made its debut in the '80s. it was a green colored citrus flavored drink developed by coca-cola's hi c brand to promote a cartoon series "the real ghostbusters," and now seems to be returning to promote the new "ghostbusters" movie. are you interested in drinking this? >> i may dabble. it's not a color that occurs naturally in nature. but i'm game. >> they say to drink your greens. >> i don't think that is what they were talking about but i'll go for it any way! jill wagner at the new york stock exchange, thanks a lot, jill. still to come, adele's revelations. the singer talks about her embarrassment during her grammy performance which was troubled
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here's a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. did you feel bad the next day? >> i cried pretty much all day yesterday. >> wow. you cried in your own song? >> i would have cried if it went really well as well. if it had been a standout performance, i would cry as well. i always cry >> in a candid interview with "ellen" adele said her performance at the grammys on monday night hit her hard. she was thrown off from the piano strings. the star sang the same song on
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in typical fashion, she nailed it. the chicago blackhawks, reigning stanley cup champions visited the white house on thursday. it was a hat trick for president obama. a fan of most chicago sports teams. >> i haven't given up hope on the bulls or the white sox or the bears or -- heck, i'd even take the cubs but, in the meantime, let's give it up for the chicago blackhawks. the president received another jersey from the team. but also something pretty priceless. the blackhawks' owner presented president obama with a lifetime parking pass at the united center where both the bulls and the blackhawks play. maybe it's his smooth shooting, his ankle breaking moves, or perhaps his very cute daughter riley, but steph curry is officially the most popular athlete on youtube. the reigning nba mvp has netted more than 140 million views in the last six months, topping
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after 12 seasons, five pro bowls and 136 sacks, the nfl's jared allen has announced his retirement. >> everyone, i just want to say thank you for an amazing 12-year career. this was the part where i was going to ride off into the sunset, but seeing how there is no sunset, i'm just going to ride off. >> and away he went! allen wrapped up his career with the carolina panthers and appearing in super bowl 50. this morning the cdc is confirming what you've known all along. you're not getting enough sleep! in a state-by-state breakdown, the study found people in hawaii get the least amount of sleep, with about 65% of the population getting the recommended seven hours sleep a night. who is getting the most shut-eye? colorado, south dakota, and minnesota. the italian businessman who has a cure for sleep deprivation had a fitting farewell. when he died last week, his children put his ashes in a
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>> good morning, central florida. it is 4:56. i'm bridgett ellison. >> first up, we are following breaking news overnight after these two men are booked in jail after the shooting of nearly a dozen people in orlando. >> a mystery is developing in volusia county after a disturbing find is made in the woods near a busy road. that and much more in a moment. >> first, we say hello to troy and amy. >> is that lionel or adele? >> both. >> that's a good question.
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>> it is friday. so major problems, knock on wood. >> a cool start and then a nice warm up into the afternoon. temperatures getting into the 70's. mid-70's and then upper 70's as we head into the weekend. making some plans, rain will not be a factor. let's get you out the door and show you why. a wind coming in off the waters will bring onshore a little bit more moisture in the form of cloud cover we'll see a lot of sun especially to start. then we'll see more clouds building in a warm day in store. expect temperatures into the 70's but close to where they houb for an average afternoon high. warming to 75 at 4:00. notice the sky into the future. going to see a good bit of sunshine. there will not be any rain to deal with.
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into the afternoon today and on into the weekend. if you are making some plans, the temperatures are going to be warm. starting off at 46 in ocala. 52 in the villages. 65 at cocoa beach. right now, 65 in melbourne. it is 55 in sanford and 53 in daytona beach. a big weekend at daytona beach as we get ready for the daytona 500. let's look at the clouds and rain forecast. we'll start with sunshine but because of those winds making a shift. they will be coming in off the ocean, out of the east. as that happens, it will bring onshore moisture. you can see the green indicating showers mainly along the coast. that chance at 10%, just along coastline zones. we'll see a mix of sun and clouds. the white indicating clouds on and off. a little bit more of that than we saw yesterday, still dry for most areas. a few clouds acting as a blanket
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tomorrow we'll start off a little bit mild. today where you live as we take you through 3:00, 73 in sanford and in ocala. 74 in leesburg. 72 in cocoa beach. coming up, we'll take you through the weekend. we'll have the daytona 500 forecast. let's check on the roads now with amy in the napleton traffic center. good morning. >> troy, good morning. we'll take those dry roads whenever we can. most likely it is standard construction. i-4 over by ivanhoe not looking too bad. eastbound lanes, the ones moving away from you, you can see the construction barrels off to the sides of the stretch by now. drive times coming back ok. either direction of i-95 so far this morning. that's your check on traffic. another look coming up in a couple of minutes. first you morning news begins right now. now. breaking overnight two
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shooting are booked into jail. what we have learned about their charges and questions left unanswered by police. >> students injured after a bus crash at universal. what park r eps say the driver was doing seconds before the accident. >> a disturbing find in the woods. we are live as human remains are found by a busy road. >> i'm david hall. >> thank you for joining us. i'm bridgett ellison. troy and aim are helping us get weekend. >> we are going easy on the roads. a closer look in a few seconds. >> we'll be dry. we'll start off cool. we'll see a warm up into the afternoon. get ready for temperatures approaching 80. it will be hot. it won't be cold. news. as we show you a live look, especially in downtown on our major roadways.


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